The main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells is that a) prokaryotic cells are always much larger b) prokaryotic

The main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells is that a) prokaryotic cells are always much larger b) prokaryotic cells do not have plasma membrane c) eukaryotic cells have a smaller cell nucleus d) eukaryotic cells have a more complex cellular organization

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  1. The answer would be "Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus and Prokaryotic cells do not."

    Explanation:

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  2. I think the answer is that prokaryotes have a nucleus and eukaryotes do not.

    Explanation:

    It is the first thing I think of when I think of a difference between the two.

  3. Explanation:

    Prokaryotes have are simple celled and do not have a nucleus while eukaryotes are more complexed and have a nucleus.

  4. The correct answer is option D.

    Explanation:

    Eukaryotic cells are the complex cellular organization with several specialized cellular organelles and a true nucleus in the center of the cell with genetic material present in it. The eukaryotic cell is more like a building with complex structures and parts with different functions specified with it.

    In contrast, prokaryotic cells are more like a stadium with a simple organization without membrane-bound cell organelles and these cells lack true nucleus in them and genetic material also present in the cytoplasm.

    Thus, the correct answer is option D.

  5. Prokaryotic cell:

    The prokaryotic cell is do not contain the nucleus and lacks the membrane bound organelle. The prokaryotes have 70'S ribosomes. They do not have introns in their mRNA. Transcription and translation is coupled in the prokaryotes.

    Eukaryotic cell:

    The eukaryotic cell contains the well defined nucleus and the membrane bound organelle is present. The eukaryotes have 80'S ribosomes. They  have introns in their mRNA. Transcription takes place in nucleus and translation takes place cytoplasm in the eukaryotes.

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